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Apportionment of estate tax determined
Ronald R. Volkmer, Apportionment of Estate Tax Determined, 30 Est. Plan. 463 (2003).
Fee shifting in fiduciary litigation
Ronald R. Volkmer, Fee Shifting in Fiduciary Litigation, 30 Est. Plan. 579 (2003).
Charitable and honorary trusts, office of trustee, trustee powers
Ronald R. Volkmer, Charitable and Honorary Trusts, Office of Trustee, Trustee Powers, in The Nebraska Uniform Trust Code (Neb. Continuing Legal Educ. ed., 2003).
Nebraska Uniform Trust Code: Nebraska trust law in transition
Ronald R. Volkmer, The Nebraska Uniform Trust Code: Nebraska Trust Law in Transition, 37 Creighton L. Rev. 61 (2003).
Spring break with substance 2
Ronald R. Volkmer & Lawrence Raful, A Spring Break With Substance 2, Creighton Law., Summer 2003, at 18.
Update on the proposed Nebraska Uniform Trust Code
Ronald R. Volkmer, Update on the Proposed Nebraska Uniform Trust Code, Neb. Law., Feb. 2003, at 26.
Choice of law, jurisdiction, and judgment issues in interstate adoption cases
Ralph U. Whitten, Choice of Law, Jurisdiction, and Judgment Issues in Interstate Adoption Cases, 31 Cap. U. L. Rev. 803 (2003).
The purpose of this article is to describe the choice-of-law, jurisdiction, and judgment problems in interstate adoption cases. The article points out that among all issues relating to domestic relations, adoption is one ...
Taxing plaintiffs: A look at tax accounting for attorney's fees and litigation costs
Edward A. Morse, Taxing Plaintiffs: A Look at Tax Accounting for Attorney's Fees and Litigation Costs, 107 Dick. L. Rev. 405 (2003), Part I reprinted in Monthly Dig. Tax Articles, Feb. 2004, at 5, and Part II reprinted in Monthly Dig. Tax Articles, Mar. 2004, at 37.
This article looks at the issue of the tax accounting issues associated with contingent fees. From the client's perspective, it addresses the assignment of income issue and matters presented under the alternative minimum ...
Cross-examination: To lead or not to lead?
Kenneth J. Melilli, Cross-Examination: To Lead or Not to Lead?, 27 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 149 (2003), reprinted in Neb. Law., July 2003, at 29, and in Prairie Barrister, 2003 no. 2, at 13, and in The Brief (Am. Bar Ass’n Tort Trial & Ins. Practice Section), Spring 2004, at 66.
Leading questions on direct examination: A more pragmatic approach
Kenneth J. Melilli, Leading Questions on Direct Examination: A More Pragmatic Approach, 27 Am. J. Trial Advocacy 155 (2003).